You are Not Alone, Part 2 - Ed Young Television Devotional - 4/29

Ed Young Television Devotional

You Are Not Alone

"The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” Psalm 34:18

THINK

God’s omnipresence is an attribute of His that is difficult to comprehend, and even more difficult to explain. But the great thing about God is that even that which is wholly unexplainable can be fully experienced.

God’s all-time presence in our lives is something that should bring us comfort in every situation. His presence delivers with it an availability that nothing else has. We can call on God anytime, anywhere, because He is there. That ever-present reality should give us comfort.

What are you facing today? No matter what it is, have peace, knowing that God is right there with you!

PRAY

Thank God for His never-ending presence in your life. Pray for the perspective to see Him in every situation you face. And ask for the opportunity to share that truth with others in your life so they can experience the same kind of comfort.

ACT

Right now, right here, God is with you. Find an empty chair. Now, in your mind’s eye, picture your almighty, all-powerful God sitting right there beside you, in that chair. And remind yourself that, no matter what, you are never alone.

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